Days of Our Lives Spoilers

Days of Our Lives Spoilers Tuesday, October 8 DOOL Update

Days of Our Lives spoilers for Tuesday, October 8, 2019, promise a day of begging, pleading, baddies, and babies. Things in Salem are heating up with shocking twists at every turn. Stefan’s dying and Gabi will do just about anything to save him. She turns to Dr. Rolf and all but demands the mad scientist work his magic and bring Stefan back to life.

It’s not that easy, though. First, Rolf’s formulas don’t work on everyone, and second, Rolf has to actually want to save him. Stefan is not his favorite fellow and this is above his pay grade. Hasn’t he saved enough people? Kristen just adds to the drama and Gabi’s angst when she gets wind of her brother’s troubles. The faster Stefan dies, the fast she can claim her throne. Will she stop Rolf if he does decide to save Stefan?

Days of our Lives spoilers tease Rolf’s hesitation will be a saving grace for Julie’s family. Julie needs a heart and Stefan has a perfectly good one. Why waste it? But, how do they ask? Gabi hates Julie so they have to do this with grace or face her wrath. And let’s not forget Julie hates Gabi and the DiMeras even more, so how would Julie feel about having a DiMera heart?

Meanwhile, Brady finds himself in hot water when he tells Victor about the baby.Victor despises Kristen and warned his grandson to stay away. Did Brady listen, NO! Now look at what’s going down. They’ll never get Kristen out of their lives if she’s carrying a Kiriakis baby. Speaking of Kristen, she finds herself a brand new bestie in Jordan. These gals have a lot in common.

They are misunderstood, undervalued, and trying to turn their lives around and prove themselves. It’s an uphill battle in a place like Salem so finding a kindred spirit is a nice change. Will they keep each other on the straight and narrow or urge each other to scheme? They have several common enemies so this may be the start of a wild downfall for many in town. cotinue reading on the next post —>

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Mary Stone

After earning a BA in Communications, Mary began his professional career in the Barre Red Barons’ front office. He later worked as a print sports writer. Mary became a state licensed school teacher, the author of the children’s book Maddie: Teaching Tolerance with a Smile, and a credentialed sports columnist. He’s also been a longtime soap opera loyalist.

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